Skip to main content

Irish resources about COVID-19 vaccines

Tá sé mar aidhm againn anseo ag Cumann Imdhíoneolaíochta na Breataine faisnéis chruinn bunaithe ar fianaiase ó thaobh imdíoneolaíocht, COVID-19 agus vacsaíní a chur ar fáil do gach éinne. Tá sé tábhachtach dúinn na himní agus na ceisteanna atá ag an bpobail a thuiscint agus a sharú ionas go mbeadh gach éinne in ann cinnead eolasach a dhéanamh ó thaobh an sláinte agus vacsaíní de. Chun a bheith níos inrochtana do phobail éagsúla tá muid tar éis roinnt d’ár achmhainní a athrú go Gaeilge. 

Ar an leathanach seo tá freagraí ar fáil do roinnt mhaith dosna ceisteanna is coitianta ó thaobh COVID-19 de. Ina theannta sin, tá infographics ann ag léiriú ag slí ina fhorbraíodh na vacsaíní chomh tapaidh agus a bhí siad. Scroll síos chun níos mó eolais a fháil, íoslódáil an ábhar chun é a priontáil nó roinn é ar na meáin shóisialta ag cur @britsocimm agus @Irishimmunology leis an post chun tuiscint an phobail a mhéadú.

At the British Society for Immunology, we aim to provide reliable, evidence-based information on immunity, COVID-19 and vaccines to everyone who needs or wants it. It’s important to understand and address concerns that are prominent in public discussion to help everyone make informed decisions about vaccines and their health. To be more accessible to diverse communities, we have translated some of our resources into Irish.

On this page, you will find answers to some of the most common questions about COVID-19 vaccines as well as an informative infographic to illustrate how the vaccines for COVID-19 have been developed so fast. Scroll down to discover more, click the download link to print out or share on social media tagging @britsocimm and @Irishimmunology to help strengthen public understanding. 


Download this infographic (JPEG for use on social media)

Download this infographic (PDF)

 

Find this information in English here


Download this infographic (JPEG for use on social media)

Download this infographic (PDF)

 

Find this infographic in English here


We are very grateful to the Irish Society for Immunology who contributed to translating this information.